Coming out of the woods from a walk with the dogs I glanced up and saw this. Stopped me in my tracks, I thought- Hmm that’s impressive. 57 more words
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We started off the morning with a brief little excursion to Lake Louise, which is impressively close to the campgrounds.
The most amusing experience of our morning was when I noticed a half-empty cup of coffee sitting on the edge of the sidewalk which ran around the lake. 1,006 more words
A B.C. conservation officer was attacked and injured by a cougar in the Kootenay region Tuesday evening.
At around 7 p.m., the officer responded to a complaint of a cougar trying to sneak into the window of a house in the community of Salmo, south of Nelson. 264 more words
Days three and four. We packed up at Helmet Falls and started up the steep climb to a low shoulder below Limestone Peak. I had taken time at the first day’s lunch stop to rearrange my pack a bit and managed to partly correct the thirty degree list to starboard. 1,264 more words
Days five and six. During our Marble Canyon interlude, Ron decided that it would be better for him not to come with us to Floe Lake and Donna stayed to keep him company. 1,572 more words
Days one and two. I did this in July 2016 with Daphne, Helen G, Donna, Ron, Bill N, Jen and Rick. Rosemary and Paul were going to come but she injured her knee a few weeks beforehand hiking on Mont Blanc and had to cancel. 1,439 more words